When I look at the picture of these two inbred idiots, the only thing I have is contempt. Christopher Luttrell gives an unsmiling death glare with his shiny bald head, hoping to look like a hard homeboy, but looking more like a phallus with ears. Guess that menace came in handy beating to death a 67 year old woman. Renee Terrell looks like a waste of space as well. All she is a baby machine that keeps pumping out kids and wanting to keep them like some three year old who finds a kitten.
If the press wanted to do something, they would a) spell Daewoo NUBRIA correctly, and b) publicize what the car and its emblem look like. Both are distinctive.
I hope that when they find these scum that the kid is taken as far away from them as humanly possible, and they are charged with a capital crime. If they killed the woman (got to say alleged to be fair, don't we), then they deserve far worse than she got.
Neighbor says mother threatened to kidnap son
By Jessie Halladay
and Katya Cengel
HENDERSON, Ky. — A Henderson woman told friends on Saturday night that she planned to kidnap her 9-month-old baby and flee to New Mexico, a neighbor said Tuesday.
Jean Davis, 38, who lived down Clay Street from the house shared by Renee Terrell and her boyfriend, Christopher Wayne Luttrell, said she didn’t say anything to authorities because she didn’t believe Terrell would carry through on her threat.
But Tuesday, authorities were looking for Terrell, 33, and Luttrell, 23, and for Terrell’s young son, Saige Terrell.
An Amber Alert for the child and adults was issued Monday evening after state social worker Boni Frederick was found slain in Terrell and Luttrell’s home, according to police. Frederick had taken Saige, who is a ward of the state, to visit his mother that morning.
Davis said Terrell’s threat to kidnap her son had been precipitated by the mother learning Oct. 11 that the boy would be put up for adoption.
“She loved her baby. She talked about how she was going to get him back. She had bought clothes, a high chair … I guess that’s what made her snap,” Davis said.
Davis said Terrell has three other children besides the baby, but none of them live with her. A fifth child had died in its crib, Davis said.
Police got involved in the case about noon Monday when the foster mother taking care of Saige called social services and reported that the infant had not been returned, Detective Ron Adams of the Henderson Police Department said.
That’s when authorities began looking for 67-year-old Frederick.
By about 3:30 p.m., police had obtained a search warrant to enter Terrell’s home.
That’s when they discovered Frederick’s body, Adams said. He would not say how Frederick was killed. An autopsy was being performed Tuesday morning.
Frederick’s car, a white Korean-made 2000 Daewoo Nubira station wagon remains missing. It has a Kentucky license plate of 675-DRV.
Police issued a warrant for kidnapping against Terrell Monday night.
They are also seeking Luttrell, who is described as white with blue eyes, 6-foot-2 and 150 pounds with tattoos on his arms.
Luttrell was convicted in August 2004 of several counts of burglary and theft, said Cheryl Million, a spokeswoman for the Kentucky Department of Corrections. He was sentenced to five years in prison and was paroled from the Eastern Kentucky Correctional Complex in April.
After his parole, Luttrell was assigned to a halfway house in Jefferson County, Million said. On June 3, he walked away from the house without authorization.
A warrant was issued for him on June 26 for absconding parole supervision and failure to complete a halfway house program, Million said. That warrant is still active.
Renee Terrell is described as white with brown hair and eyes, 5-foot-5 and 240 pounds. She wears glasses.
Police say the boy is developmentally disabled and has a scratch on the right side of his face and a rug burn on the back of his neck. He has brown hair and eyes, is 27 inches tall and weighs 19 pounds.
Kentucky State Police issued the Amber Alert for Saige just before 8 p.m. Monday, said Lt. Phil Crumpton. The alert was also extended to Indiana.
“We have had a tremendous amount of telephone calls,” Adams said.
Police were spending Tuesday tracking down those leads trying to locate the child and suspects, Adams said.
He asked the public to keep a vigilant eye out for the couple and the missing car. He said people should pay particular attention at rest stops, motels and to cars parked along the side of the road.
“We believe the baby to be in danger because of the nature of the crime,” Adams said.
There have been 14 Amber Alerts issued in Kentucky since the program began in 2002, Crumpton said. All those people to date had been returned safely, Crumpton said.
The alerts are useful, Crumpton said, because “that puts a lot of people out there looking for these subjects.”
Reporter Jessie Halladay can be reached at (502) 582-4081.
Reporter Katya Cengel can be reached at (502) 582-4224.